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Claude Frizzel Bloodgood vs M Haack
APCT 75-R7 (1975)
Grob Opening: Grob Gambit (A00)  ·  0-1



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Kibitzer's Corner
May-14-04  pawntificator: This Bloodgood character was a real trickster. Over a third of his games are under 20 moves, and he won all of those, it seems, except this one. He has a very high winning percentage in this database.
May-14-05  lopium: Yes. (one year later).
Jul-25-05  Runemaster: We've still got ten months to think of next year's comment on this game, so there's plenty of time.
Feb-21-06  McCool: And then you ruin the tradition. <Runemaster>

(I know I'm a hippocrit)

Nov-05-07  patzerboy: Sorry, I'm late. What were we discussing?
Nov-06-07  InspiredByMorphy: <patzerboy> look at the dates
Dec-06-08  solskytz: Yes, I can see the dates all right - guess it's never too late to join a lively discussion.
Jun-05-09  kellmano: One of the things i like about is that every now and again you can reply to a comment from ages ago, and sometimes get a reply to your reply.

Kind of ironic. The quickest form of communication there is operating at a superslow speed. Like a clock that ticks once every ten years.

Aug-05-09  mandy64: Nice queen trap, mr. Haack!
Worth to remember!
Aug-10-09  Dredge Rivers: Way to go, Haack! Make a murder mad at you! Yeah, that's a GREAT idea!
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  Colonel Mortimer: Checking in for the overdue yearly comment..

It is rumoured that when Bloodgood realised that his queen would be trapped he was heard to bellow "What the Haack!"

Mar-08-13  sreeskamp: Forgive me to possibly overcrowd this lively discussion, a question: Claude Frizzel Bloodgood had a French and German parent?
Jan-18-15  weisyschwarz: "I've been Haacked!"
Jul-27-15  paulgrow: Apparently there is an actress supermodel named Moon Bloodgood who was in a Terminator movie. Her father is Dutch-Irish, and her mother is Korean. Does that help sreeskamp?
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  thegoodanarchist: Pun for this game: Haacked to Pieces.
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  thegoodanarchist: Another pun could be "Bad Blood"
Dec-26-16  IAmMe: Good idea (one year six months later) :)
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  louispaulsen88888888: Haack and ruin.
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